Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
A federal lawsuit charges that the government's Internet surveillance is unconstitutional
A leaked documents shows the Obama administration pushing tech issues in a secretive trade-in-services deal
Facebook said it won't wait
Franken asked about Uber's so-called 'God View' tool and how widely it's used
Next time you strap on a GoPro or other wearable camera, keep in mind that your movement pattern could be identified like a fingerprint.
Allies file 10 briefs supporting the company in its fight against a search warrant for email on an Irish server.
Google has to change its ways or start paying hefty penalties, the Dutch privacy regulator said
Google's chairman defended the company's efforts to secure data, but some question its own collection practices
U.S. companies should recognize that criminal investigations are different from surveillance, a DOJ official says
Blackphone is getting into the app business to expand its privacy-focused phone's functionality.
A reform bill, USA Freedom Act, ran into difficulties in the Senate.
The US government would not allow another country to seize data stored on US soil in the same way, Microsoft said in a court filing.
A Chinese official secures a privacy pledge from Apple's Tim Cook during a company visit, according to Xinhua
Although the law might be illegal, the UK government is looking to expand its web snooping capabilities
Over-blocking is a common issue with Internet filters run by ISPs in the U.K., digital rights group says